Origen’s Homilies on Ezekiel are mostly extant in a Latin translation by Rufinus. For the book version, we’re going to need an electronic text. I’ve scanned a few Latin texts in my time using OCR, and the results have often been variable. Back in 2000, the quality of software was lamentable. Today it is better, but even Abby Finereader 10 doesn’t include recognition for Latin.
So I’ve decided to hire someone to do it manually, and we’ll see how it goes. Market rates seem to be about $10 per 1,000 words, which is liveable with.
I ought to apologise, by the way, for all the project-related posts at the moment. These are occupying every minute of my time, so I really am thinking about nothing else right now!